I’ve gotten several emails lately asking about various forms of soy and if it is healthy or not. If you don’t feel like reading the rest of this post, the answer can be summarized in one sentence: Soy is not healthy, it can cause health problems, and it’s widespread use is destructive to the planet… don’t eat it! Want to ...Read More »
Protein & Fitness
Lifting Heavy Necessary? – Not Really
Upending conventions about how best to strength train, a new study finds that people who lift relatively light weights can build just as much strength and muscle size as those who grunt through sessions using much heftier weights — if they plan their workouts correctly. Strength training has long been dominated by the idea that to develop a ...Read More »
Five Steps to Building Muscle After 50
Do you think you’re too old to start building muscle after 50? Many people, after they reach the age of 50 think that it’s too late, or that their bodies couldn’t take the stress of exercise. That’s a lot of hooey. Fifty year old people build muscle just like those of any age, younger or older. Muscle growth requires only ...Read More »
Alcohol and Diets – How Does Drinking Affect Your Diet?
So you’ve committed to making the lifestyle change and have changed your eating habits for the long term. Or maybe your going on a short diet to shed a few extra pounds because spring and summer is on the way and you want to see if that swimsuit from last year still fits. But you also enjoy a drink or ...Read More »
Weight Loss Smoothie Recipes?
If you want to lose some weight, whether you just need to drop five to ten pounds or you have quite a bit to lose, weight loss smoothie recipes can help. Smoothies are not only quick and easy to make, they’re also incredibly nutritious and can help with weight loss. Because the majority of ingredients you use in smoothies are ...Read More »
Pulmonary Fibrosis, Protein and the Need For Good Nutrition
Pulmonary fibrosis is a serious disease that can possibly lead to increasing scarring of the lung tissues. The disease starts with injuries to the tissues, both within and between the alveoli (tiny air sacs) in the lungs. Continued damage leads to further scarring, which in turn can cause the lungs to become stiff. A normal lung is flexible and pliant ...Read More »
Diet Plan For Women Weight Loss
Here’s a simple diet plan for women. Weight loss should come pretty easy if you follow this or make just a few adjustments. Nothing complicated here… just take the next 2 minutes to read this to get an idea on what you have to do for some serious weight loss. Diet Plan for Women Weight Loss 1. Breakfast Have a ...Read More »
What Can I Use to Replace the Bars in My LA Weight Loss Diet?
Many people are looking to replace La Weight Loss bars with another brand of bars or a food substitution. There are many popular substitute bars such as Luna, Balance Bar Trail Mix, Power Bar, Honey Stinger, CLIF Nectar, LaraBara and Bumble Bar, Pria, and Go Lean. The cost of LAWL bars seems to be the main driver, but that can ...Read More »
Which Protein Shakes Give the Best Results?
The best protein shake fits the requirements of the body at a specified time: For weight loss, a shake of mostly protein with minimal amounts of carbohydrates and only a trace of fat will work best; after exercise, a middle range shake with a mixture of protein, carbohydrates and fat is recommended. This will quickly replenish fluids and energy supplies. ...Read More »
Diet For GERD Patient – What Are the Foods to Avoid GERD?
Reduce GERD Risks By Eating the Right Foods Finding a good diet for GERD patients is crucial in order to help them avoid the pain and discomfort usually associated with this disorder. Just by making some changes to the kinds of food you eat, you can greatly reduce your risks of suffering from GERD, or even prevent the condition from ...Read More »